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Education played a significant role in last year’s election, most notably in how researchers, media and others used level of education as a proxy for how certain voters would cast their votes. College-educated. Less educated. Some college. No college. When

Using data-enabled learning to deliver personalization at scale Adaptive learning is a mindset. It enables us to respond positively to change and supports dynamic growth through iterative adjustment. Harvard Business Review deems adaptivity to be a competitive advantage for success

Picture a typical American grade school classroom with 35 students. You will see advanced learners, several recent immigrants, and a child who has just moved from another state in the middle of the school year—all of them individuals with different

In a recent policy report by The New American Foundation, Promoting Data in the Classroom, Innovative State Models and Missed Opportunities notes that since the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) act was passed in 2001, states have been compelled to

Dr. Cynthia White started her educational career at Cleveland Elementary in Santa Barbara, California as a kindergarten teacher nearly 30 years ago. After spending most of her career in secondary schools and district administration, she jumped at the chance to